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Musical (2011)


Musique: Matt Stone • Robert Lopez • Trey Parker
Paroles: Matt Stone • Robert Lopez • Trey Parker
Livret: Matt Stone • Robert Lopez • Trey Parker

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Prince of Wales Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 6 ans 11 mois 3 semaines Se joue actuellement
Nombre :
Première Preview : lundi 25 février 2013
Première : jeudi 21 mars 2013
Dernière : Open end, ouvert actuellement jusqu'au sam. 07 mars 2020
Mise en scène : Casey Nicholaw • Trey Parker
Chorégraphie : Casey Nicholaw
Avec : Gavin Creel (Elder Price), Jared Gertner (Elder Cunningham), Mark Anderson, Stephen Ashfield, Benjamin Brook, Daniel Buckley, Daniel Clift, Ashley Day, Terry Doe, Candace Furbert, Patrick George, Nadine Higgin, Tyrone Huntley, Evan James, Chris Jarman, Michael Kent, Alexia Khadime, Matt Krzan, Oliver Liddert, Daniel McKinley, Luke Newton, Terel Nugent, Haydn Oakley, Olivia Phillip, Lucy St. Louis, Giles Terera, Kayi Ushe, Tosh Wanogho-Maud, Liam Wrate
Presse : Les critiques sont bonnes:

"While acknowledging that it is often damnably clever and sharp, I find it hard to warm to the show...The Book of Mormon strikes me as a decadent and self-indulgent musical, and its mixture of satire and syrup ultimately proves repellent." Charles Spencer for Daily Telegraph

"I absolutely loved it...songs, though not especially memorable, have bounce and bite and colour." Paul Taylor for The Independent

"I’m not sure its crude yet clever package is roll-in-the-aisles funny but it’s deliciously entertaining and there is certainly nothing like it in the West End." Julie Carpenter for The Daily Express

"Its satire is insistently US college-campus adolescent. I tired of it after ten minutes...This is a cowardly, coarse, cynical show, worth avoiding. Quentin Letts for The Daily Mail

" Indecently funny...The music...is generally jaunty and from time to time soars operatically, though only three or four of the tunes are really memorable.
Henry Hitchings for Evening Standard

"A mildly amusing musical, with some knowingly parodic songs, that takes a few pot shots at religious credulity without ever questioning the need for belief. I had a perfectly pleasant time, but the idea that the show, which won nine Tony awards, is either daringly offensive or a Broadway breakthrough is pure codswallop...For all its rude words, this is essentially a safe, conservative show for middle America."
Michael BIllington for The Guardian


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